An arrangement by Emily Thompson Flowers in a 19th Century Bohemian Glass Cornucopia Vase
19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL GILT BRONZE AND RED BOHEMIAN GLASS CORNUCOPIA available at KRB
Kate Stamps fills a cornucopia vase with Roses and Fuschias
A corner of Hamish Bowles Paris Apartment
A pair of opaline cornucopias filled with hot pink roses in a room by Suzanne Rheinstein
In a farmhouse by James Huniford, a pair of opaline cornucopias terminating in stag's heads sit on a Queen Anne Lowboy. Photograph by William Waldron
A pair of 19th century amethyst glass cornucopias terminating in hands. Available at KRB
A joyous arrangement by Elizabeth Parks Kibbey in a vibrant blue opaline cornucopia
A painting of a young boy from the American Folk Art Museum. The cornucopia vase indicates his "fruitful" life to come. De Grachshus Lamont 1837-1850
An arrangement by Emily Thompson Flowers in a 19th century Bohemian glass cornucopia vase
19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL GILT BRONZE AND BLUE BOHEMIAN GLASS CORNUCOPIA available at KRB

Cornucopia Vases

The cornucopia has long been a symbol of abundance with examples dating back to Ancient Greek mythology. Cornucopia vases were especially popular in the 19th century when examples were often made of opaline or colored glass and terminated in either a hand, a stag’s head, or a ram.